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Roman roads – a cycling experience

The Roman roads and the surrounding areas really are attractive for tourists. The cycle and walking paths along the ancient highways from Cologne to Dahlem (Via Agrippa) and from Cologne to Übach-Palenberg (Via Belgica) are perfect for an eventful excursion in history – from Roman times via the Middle Ages to the recent past. Discover lots of exciting and interesting things about the roads, the roadside archaeological monuments and the nearby sights and attractions. They all come together to form a unique landscape extremely rich in important reminders of the cultural heritage.

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Blankenheim

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Touristinformation Blankenheim
Eifelmuseum
53945 Blankenheim
Phone: (0049) 2449 87222
Fax: (0049) 2449 87199

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